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June 13, 2014, 06:41:39 PM
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check this one - http://btcrock.biz

Thanks for the submission. I will check it out.

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June 13, 2014, 06:58:51 PM
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I have a question,why do people make faucets,is it profitable for them?

If so,how?

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June 13, 2014, 11:22:40 PM
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I have a question,why do people make faucets,is it profitable for them?

If so,how?


I can answer that directly, as I am the owner of a BTC faucet site ( http://www.cryptoplanet.co/BTCfaucet.php -if you would like to check it out). Yes, it Can be profitable if done right. Most of the revenue will be generated from advertisements displayed on the faucet site (banner ads & the like). Faucet sites, if marketed correctly and the word gets out, will generate lots of web traffic. However, you have to find the right balance of advertising revenue coming in vs. BTC being given out. I know for my site personally I have given out over 0.25 BTC in about 2 weeks already, just 200 Satoshi at a time. I have Publisher-advertising accounts set-up with 3 different entities right now. 2 of them pay me in BTC, although very little amounts so far (hopefully this will be starting to rise soon). The other one is a big-name technology/advertising company and they will be paying me in USD. I make alright amounts off of that company's ads, although it will be about 60+ days since the start of that company's ads until I get paid. I am definitely not making any huge amounts of money for anything to brag about. As I said though, hopefully this will rise over time as I continue to build up my site and build up traffic. I know a couple BTC-faucet owners who DO make sizeable amounts though, it is definitely possible. But it takes skill, knowledge, start-up funds, and time. I myself am not a rich person, by Any means. So giving out over 0.25 BTC in 2 weeks already has been very hard on my financial state. I didn't start out with very much $ or BTC to begin with- this was probably a mistake. In the meantime though I have done, and will do, anything possible to keep refilling my faucet and keep it from running out. I don't want to lose credibility for myself/my site, and I don't want to disappoint people using it. (I also know the feeling of loading a faucet site, entering my BTC address, and solving the captcha- only to be told the faucet's balance is empty. I don't like wasted time either.)

And still- you could get tons of traffic to your site, but not make much at all off of advertising. Most advertising pays on a pay-per-click basis. So, you could have tons of people visiting your faucet, but still not make much at all if they don't click on any of the ads. If you enjoy a faucet site and use it regularly- try to keep this in mind. You can help the faucet owner (who is helping you with free BTC) by just clicking on an ad every once in a while, they will definitely appreciate it. I have seen many sites that have frustrating pop-up ads and CoinURL re-direct links constantly bothering you. While adding this may help me to better afford my site, I don't want to put my end-users through this annoying, bothersome practice. So, in short- yes, it Can be profitable. But it can also be unprofitable and cause more losses than gains. I highly recommend starting out with a sizeable amount of BTC beforehand if you are thinking of starting one.

There is also another reason that I, and probably other people, run faucet sites: To help people get started with Bitcoin! I got started with BTC myself through faucet sites and earning sites, and I wanted to sort of "pay it forward" and add another faucet to help new users out. The more people worldwide using Bitcoin, the better. Mass adoption, baby. Economic freedom for all worldwide through this wonderful currency we call Bitcoin. This reason was equally why I wanted to start one, I didn't start it to get rich (but I wouldn't be sad if that eventually happened one day Wink)

This^ is a bit of a lengthy reply, but I hope it helped give you some answers to your questions. If you, or anybody else reading this, has anymore questions, PM me and I will do my best to reply when I have time. My site ( http://cryptoplanet.co/ ) is far from finished, and I have a Lot more work to do on finishing and adding new sections. However, at the moment I have to put it on the backburner as I am completely starting over on a new site from scratch for my friend's company. He has a lot of business and just got the legal authority to be one of only a handful of vendors worldwide allowed to sell a certain product. And remember- if you like and/or regularly use a faucet site, consider returning the favor by checking out some of the sites advertised on the faucet site.

Hope this helps,
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June 15, 2014, 01:17:35 PM
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Hey, can you add our faucet http://freecoins4.me please?
Operating since april, now we made some improvements. We already announced ourselves here when we began, but now we are fully operational.

1. We use MicroWallet for payouts, so they are instant from our side (they are stacked on microwallet but many other faucets use this as well, so you can get your payouts faster). We reached out to Bit Chest and Coinbox as well, and maybe we will be able to offer a choice for our users in the future.
2. Currently: 1-100 satoshi per payout. We hope we will be able to increase the numbers in the future.
3. You can use our faucet once every 6 hours (soon to be lowered).
4. We have a great referral program, explained on the website. Tl;dr: 10% of each refs earnings + a multiplier for your payouts (created from number of refs). More on the website.
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June 15, 2014, 01:55:46 PM
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how i check my money on bitcoincasino
You need to contact with support on site page hope they have chat or email address for this all

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June 15, 2014, 02:53:19 PM
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Hey, can you add our faucet http://freecoins4.me please?
Operating since april, now we made some improvements. We already announced ourselves here when we began, but now we are fully operational.

1. We use MicroWallet for payouts, so they are instant from our side (they are stacked on microwallet but many other faucets use this as well, so you can get your payouts faster). We reached out to Bit Chest and Coinbox as well, and maybe we will be able to offer a choice for our users in the future.
2. Currently: 1-100 satoshi per payout. We hope we will be able to increase the numbers in the future.
3. You can use our faucet once every 6 hours (soon to be lowered).
4. We have a great referral program, explained on the website. Tl;dr: 10% of each refs earnings + a multiplier for your payouts (created from number of refs). More on the website.


Added to the list. Thanks.

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June 19, 2014, 03:44:11 PM
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com
when I read this, I imagined how good what you have to say. but when I went there. was already not working. you make me disappointed .. haha, is there anything else like this and still work
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June 22, 2014, 11:52:39 AM
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Also, you can read bitcoin related e-mails for free bitcoins!

http://www.bitcoinbetas.com
when I read this, I imagined how good what you have to say. but when I went there. was already not working. you make me disappointed .. haha, is there anything else like this and still work
No wonder since that post is from 2012.
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June 22, 2014, 11:55:40 AM
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Wow, this is really amazing. i will get some basic ideas about bitcoins Smiley


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June 22, 2014, 04:17:14 PM
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Are faucets not just for BTC safe to use? Have you heard or learned a faucet site that stole their members coins? Thanks.
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June 22, 2014, 04:18:08 PM
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Are faucets not just for BTC safe to use? Have you heard or learned a faucet site that stole their members coins? Thanks.
If you have any proof about this then please post here for all others safety

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June 22, 2014, 09:01:01 PM
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Are faucets not just for BTC safe to use? Have you heard or learned a faucet site that stole their members coins? Thanks.

All the sites listed in the OP have been checked out. If you are just submitting your public key then no one can steal your coins.

Beware of any sites that ask for personal information and/or ask for any money up front before they give you anything( e.g. Ponzi schemes ).

Also, don't use Bitcoin exchanges, etc., like banks( i.e., a place to store you money ).

The whole point of Bitcoin is for people to take control of, and responsibility for, their own money.


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June 23, 2014, 06:17:48 AM
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A lot of people seem to have problems seeing the difference between earning and getting something for free. 
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June 26, 2014, 04:02:36 PM
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Are faucets not just for BTC safe to use? Have you heard or learned a faucet site that stole their members coins? Thanks.

All the sites listed in the OP have been checked out. If you are just submitting your public key then no one can steal your coins.

Beware of any sites that ask for personal information and/or ask for any money up front before they give you anything( e.g. Ponzi schemes ).

Also, don't use Bitcoin exchanges, etc., like banks( i.e., a place to store you money ).

The whole point of Bitcoin is for people to take control of, and responsibility for, their own money.



Will take note of that, thanks. Smiley
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June 29, 2014, 05:36:29 PM
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Free-bit.co.in > out of balance

VirtualCoin.biz --> Online Multicurrency Wallet, Faucet rotator and Trading Platform
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June 29, 2014, 05:41:15 PM
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Free-bit.co.in > out of balance
Yes confirmed its right now insufficient funds message we have to wait for next few days hope ad-min fill his wallet

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June 30, 2014, 03:30:10 AM
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I haven't had any issues with payments from freebitco.in

Their stats page shows he's making a ton of btc. I hope he's staying solvent. Looks that way from the way he's expanding to Doge.

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June 30, 2014, 10:26:58 AM
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Daily Free Bits.

Timer stays on 5 seconds.

Been trying to get past this a few days ,  he says on the page a few refreshes
should un-stick it, but I have tried loads of times now.

Anyone confirm this ?

1M68XehjYww77DLgwW9rk2zRid8Z8B7uw7 <-- my new BTC addy since Cryptsy took everything
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June 30, 2014, 10:54:36 AM
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I haven't had any issues with payments from freebitco.in

Their stats page shows he's making a ton of btc. I hope he's staying solvent. Looks that way from the way he's expanding to Doge.
@pinovero is not talking about freebitco.in he is talking about Free-bit.co.in its other site and currently out of funds

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July 01, 2014, 02:08:06 AM
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Daily Free Bits.

Timer stays on 5 seconds.

Been trying to get past this a few days ,  he says on the page a few refreshes
should un-stick it, but I have tried loads of times now.

Anyone confirm this ?

Yes.

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